The Best Bars In Brisbane

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Are you wanting to have a few chilled drinks at a classic location this weekend? These three bars are the best that the city has to offer.
 

W HOTEL

You know what they say… “All work and no play…” and now you don’t need to wait for the sun to go down to get the party started. An oasis in Brisbane’s shining lights, with stellar river views and a resort feel, WET Deck is the place to be, day and night.  You can also catch Little Fritter playing regularly alongside some of Brisbane’s finest DJs

Make a splash poolside as you soak up the heat on stylish sun lounges in Australia’s Sunshine State. As the sun goes down revel in Queensland’s magnificent sunsets riverside with curated cocktails, Champagne, live DJ’s spinning the tunes and an Aussie barbeque – It is Australia after all!
https://www.marriott.com.au/hotels/hotel-information/fitness-spa-services/details-1/bnewh-w-brisbane/
 

SIXES & SEVENS

A stylish gastropub with hip decor, seating, and a large outdoor space, serving Modern Australian food and drink. The venue is also crazy about house music with DJ Matt Lapish and team, so if you are into that style this is the spot.
http://www.sixes.com.au
 

ELEVEN


Perched eleven stories high above Brisbane’s nightlife hub on Ann Street, Eleven Rooftop Bar boasts impressive 270 degree views of Fortitude Valley, the CBD and surrounding suburbs.
“At Eleven, our aim is to offer people a space where they can relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of their everyday grind, offering a simple and comfortable approach to food and drinks, relaxed and laid back by day, transitioning into a cultured dinner and party vibe by night, complete with the best view in town.”
https://elevenrooftopbar.com.au

Jay Berry

Jay Berry

Founder of DJ Lab. I've been DJing, promoting and producing electronic dance music in Brisbane for the past 10 years. In my time I've taught many how to DJ and produce from beginner to pro level working with Pioneer, Logic, Abelton, Native Instruments and Xone products.
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